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  • El Camino Inglés (English Way)

    Posted on October 13, 2015 by in

    Tesouros de Galicia intended to promote the renewal of the English Way hand in hand with the International National Trusts Organisation and the Provincial Council of  A Coruña. To achieve this aim different Spanish and British groups got involved in order to spread the contents and values of the Way. During four months, a team […]

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  • Embracing Continuity and Change

    Posted on March 11, 2015 by in

    A Presentation for the Longwood Fellows’ Symposium, To Preserve or Change: Redefining Heritage to Guide the Future By David J. Brown Executive Vice President and Chief Preservation Officer National Trust for Historic Preservation March 6, 2015 It is an honor to be with you today as we consider the theme of Preservation or Change: Redefining […]

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    Emergency Planning

    Posted on September 20, 2015 by in

    This guidance is designed to help you with the details for your initial emergency preparations. There are examples given to help you, but you can also use different templates or forms if you wish. Emergency Salvage Plan Template Emergency planning guidance A risk assessment is simply a careful examination of what, in your work, could cause […]

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  • Establishing an Easement Program to Protect Historic, Scenic, and Natural Resources

    Posted on September 20, 2015 by in

    An easement is a legal agreement between a property owner and the holder of the easement, which governs the current and future owners’ treatment of the property. Easement has been used to protect historic and cultural resources.  This book, published by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, not only includes information on the charitable giving rules […]

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  • Everything speaks: Seven working principles of interpretation

    Posted on September 20, 2015 by in

    The focus of this guide, published by the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland, is on how we can challenge ourselves to raise our standards of interpretation. Colour schemes, smells, what’s on the menu, ths style of signage, leaflets, activities, passing conversations, the position of things, parkings, paths, benches, even bins. Every detail adds up to […]

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